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Paul Insect & Bast Release Collaborative 'Can Man' Bronze Sculpture

A must-have for any street art enthusiast.

A pair of legends in the street art arena have teamed up on a special edition sculpture entitled Can Man. Anyone closely following the renowned London-born artists Paul Insect or Bast on Instagram have surely encountered the puppet-like figure which has been debuted at Banksy’s “Dismaland” as well as the Glastonbury festival. Constructed out of a Krylon spray can with big veiny eyes, the sculpture stands at roughly 42 centimeters high and weighs about 13 pounds. The duo has teamed up with Allouche Gallery to release the sculpture in a limited edition of only 15 samples.

Check out Can Man above and let us know if you’re going to cop. Elsewhere in art, KAWS and The Modern are set to release the CLEAN SLATE Companion figure this coming weekend.

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